Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Featured Author: Skye McNeil

Welcome Today's Featured Author
Skye McNeil!!

Exonerated With Love

Can second chances really exist for a bad boy mobster and the only woman to ever steal his heart?

There’s a hit out on Cameron Shearer’s life, his mafia ties dragging him down the path of darkness once more. After a harrowing meeting, he discovers no one ever stays dead when you’re in the mafia. Determined not to lose the only woman he’s loved, Cameron turns to the Del Rossi mob for one last favor. Unfortunately for him, the ending may not be as happy as he once hoped.

Joci Dorous has it all. She’s happy, engaged, and just started her own law firm with her best friend. Everything appears perfect, until she discovers a suspicious trail of money in her business accounts and her once dutiful fiancĂ© suddenly turns as shady as his mob boss. When strangers clash amid mobs, Joci is left to decipher who her heart truly belongs to. 

About Skye McNeil

Skye McNeil began writing at the age of seventeen and has been lost in a love affair ever since. During the day, she moonlights as a paralegal at a law firm favoring criminal law.

Skye enjoys writing romantic suspense and contemporary romance that leaves readers craving more. Her contemporary and historical novels range from sweet and sassy to steamy and sultry.

Her constant writing companions are two cats and two dogs. When she’s not writing, Skye enjoys spending time with family, photography, volleyball, traveling, and curling up with a cup of coffee and reading.

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Interview With Skye McNeil

1. Can you tell us a little about your books? 
 I love romantic suspense and the majority of the books I write are that genre. I think it's my favorite type to write, though I do write historical and contemporary romance as well. With twists, turns, and OMG moments, I feel right at home. When I read, I like to keep guessing what will happen. The same happens when I write. Sometimes the story veers way off and it's so fun to see where the characters go.
2. When did you know you wanted to write a book? 
 I knew I wanted to write a book when I was seventeen years old and I did! It was the start of an incredible journey. One I wouldn't give up for anything. Writing connects me to readers in a way I'd never dream of. I am a bit of a bookworm, so the thought that one of my stories could span oceans was (and is) very cool.
3. How many books have you written? Which is your favorite? 
 I've written around 20 full-length books over eleven years. As to my favorite, I can't choose just one! They're all my favorite for their own reasons. Though, lately, I'm quite fond of the Mobster Files series. 
4. Do you have a special time to write or how is your day structured?
 I usually don't put aside time to write. It happens naturally or not at all. When inspiration hits, you better believe I have my handy dandy notebook nearby to jot down notes, scenes, or random thoughts. I love the freedom that comes with writing since there is no set structure when it comes to stories.
5. Do you have a favorite spot to write? 
 One of my favorite spots to write is my chaise by the large bay window in the living room. Lots of light streams in and I can enjoy a breeze while I write. Plus, my cat and dogs love the extra room on the chaise to 'help' me write.
6. For a reader who hasn't read your books yet, which book do you suggest they start with?  
If you're into romantic suspense, I'd definitely suggest Appointed By Fate. This book is filled with unexpected suspense, super hot guys, lawyers, and an ending you don't see coming. If you like romance with a dash of comedy, I'd suggest Timberline. One reader likened it to a mix of The Proposal and The Wedding Date.
7. If you were a super-hero, what powers would you have?
 I think I'd like the power to teleport, so I can see the amazing things in the past and the future. 
8. What are writing projects are you currently working on?  
Right now, I'm working on books three and four of the Mobster Files. I'm also writing a couple other books for two other series. 

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